Bazonski, Mount Everett win pitcher's duel with Tomkowicz, Hoosac


ADAMS -- Caroline Tomkowicz was outstanding in the circle for the Hoosac Valley softball team on Tuesday, giving up a run on only two hits. Unfortunately for Tomkowicz and the Hurricanes, Mount Everett's Alicia Bazonski was better.

Bazonski tossed a two-hit shutout and struck out 15 as the visiting Eagles knocked off Hoosac 1-0.

"Both teams were playing some awesome softball," said Hoosac coach Morgan Shafer. "It was a battle for the South. It was a big win for them."

The game's only run came in the fourth inning when Everett's Morgan DeGrenier led off with a single to right. After stealing second, DeGrenier scored on Natasha MacLeay's double.

The Hurricanes (3-2) threatened once in the sixth inning when Alyssa Pause hit a one-out single and stole second. Bazonski left Pause stranded at second.

Tomkowicz struck out nine.


Mount Everett 000 100 0 -- 1 2 1

Hoosac Valley 000 000 0 -- 0 2 3

Alicia Bazonski and Morgan DeGrenier. Caroline Tomkowicz and Alyssa Pause. W--Bazonski. L--Tomkowicz. 2B--ME (Natasha MacLeay).

Drury 11, Wahconah 5

NORTH ADAMS -- Host Drury (4-5, 2-3) outscored Wahconah 9-0 over the final four innings on a day where both teams combined for 23 hits.

"The ball just traveled in the air today," said Drury coach Mary Ann Maroni. "The wind definitely was a friend to the ball."

Drury's Heather Morris hit a two-run home run in the first inning and Wahconah's Chloe Warren hit a two-run homer in the second. Both balls left Alcombright Field.


Wahconah 050 000 0 -- 5 10 2

Drury 232 040 x -- 11 13 3

Allie Borowsky and Bree Herforth. Cat Record and Ingrid Olsen. W--Record. L--Borowsky. 2B--D 2 (Ali Brassard, Olsen). HR--W (Chloe Warren). D (Heather Morris).

St. Joseph 14, Lee 2

LEE -- St. Joseph's offense carried the Crusaders to a mercy-rule victory.

Kelsey Cook went 2 for 5 with five RBI, leading the Crusaders (7-1, 5-1) offense. Olivia Mazzeo added three hits and three RBI as well.

Julia Murphy earned the win for St. Joe, scattering five hits and striking out 10.


Lee 000 11 -- 2 5 4

St. Joe 543 2 -- 14 14 0

Jenny LePrevost (3) Morgan Neals (2) and Nikki Laudon. Julia Murphy and Kacey Sondrini. W -- Murphy. L -- LePrevost. 2B -- St. Joe 2 (Sondrini, Kelsey Cook); 3B -- St. Joe (Cook).

Baseball: McCann Tech 5, Mount Everett 0

NORTH ADAMS -- Sean Davis pitched a two-hit shutout and Justin Schneider went 2 for 3 with an RBI to lead the Hornets past the Eagles.

Davis pitched a complete game, striking 10 and walking two in improving his record to 2-1.

"He had a similar performance against Westfied Voc," said McCann coach Pat Ryan. "He was very consistent."

McCann (6-3) scored three runs in the second with two hits off Mount Everett starter Sage Angell that were followed by a two-run error and a wild pitch. The Hornets used three singles to score two more times in the third.


Mount Everett 000 000 0 -- 0 2 5

McCann Tech 032 000 x -- 5 6 0

Sage Angell and Alec Blume; Sean Davis and Charlie Bohl. WP -- Davis. LP -- Angell.

Hoosac Valley 9, Lee 1

LEE -- Matt Braman tossed a two-hitter for the visiting Hurricanes.

Hoosac backed their pitcher up with a 12-hit attack, jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and never giving it up.

"They were hitting the ball and putting it in play consistently," said Lee coach Chip Cummings. "You give up 12 hits, and you know they're on the ball."

Justin Nichols was 3 for 4 with two runs scored and two RBI for Hoosac, while Brandon Tworig was 3 for 4 with two runs scored and an RBI for the Hurricanes.


Hoosac 302 121 0 -- 9 12 0

Lee 000 100 0 -- 1 2 1

Matt Braman and Jake Swistak. Nick Pow (4), Devyn Olds (3) and Heamon Williams. W--Braman. L--Pow. 2B-- HV (Braman). 3B--HV (Matt Koperniak, Brandon Tworig).

Wahconah 16, New Lebanon 1

DALTON -- Marco Anastasio and Matt Schneider combined to pitch a four-hitter in a game that was stopped after six innings by the mercy rule.

The Warriors scored 11 runs over the last three innings to end the contest early.

Wahconah's 4-5-6 hitters, Ethan Wells, Kyle Kirchner and Eli Pease, were a combined 5 for 9 with seven RBI. Kirchner was 2 for 3 with three RBI.


New Lebanon 000 001 -- 1 4 6

Wahconah 203 533 -- 16 13 3

Tynan and Haaf. Marco Anastasio (5), Matt Schneider (1) and Schneider (5), Anastasio (1). W--Anastasio. L--Tynan. 2B--NL (Bingham). W (Ethan Wells, Kyle Kirchner, Anastasio).

Boys lacrosse: Greylock 21, Hoosac 2

WILLIAMSTOWN -- Michael McCormack had six goals while teammates Ross Burnham and Cole Hughes each scored hat tricks as the Mounties rolled to a win.

Greylock led 7-0 after one quarter and jumped out to a 16-2 halftime lead.

Brenden Ellsworth and Stephin Wallace had goals for the Hurricanes.


Hoosac 0 2 0 0 -- 2

Greylock 7 9 1 4 -- 21

Greylock goals: Matt Malloy 2, Jonah Kelley 2, Cole Hughes 3, Michael McCormack 6, Sean McCormack 2, John Pfister 1, Alejandro Viques-Salas 1, Ross Burnham 3, Chad Trottier 1. Greylock assists: Malloy 1, Hughes 2, M. McCormack 2, Jackson 1, Matt Hogan 1, Liam Chenail 5, Trottier 1. Hoosac goals: Brenden Ellsworth 1, Stephin Wallace 1. Hoosac assists: Wallace.

Goalies -- Hoosac: Ryan Bartlett 11 saves, Cam Alibozek 1 save. Greylock: Cal Filson 3 saves, Pat Storie 2 saves.

Pittsfield 14, Lee 6

PITTSFIELD -- At Kirvin Park, Alex Teichert led Pittsfield (5-2, 4-1) with four goals and two assists, while Ryan Jacoby and Brendan Leary each chipped in with a hat trick.

Pittsfield coach Scott Aitken said one of the keys to the victory was how the defense played, as the Generals held Lee's Cav Wolski without a goal.

"It was a good, complete one end to the other, game for us," said Aitken.


Lee 1 2 2 1 -- 6

Pittsfield 4 5 1 4 -- 14

Pittsfield goals: Ryan Jacoby 3, Alex Teichert 4, Brendan Leary 3, Andy Wright 1, Cam Giardina 1, David Charland 2. Pittsfield assists: Teichert 2, Jack Salatino 1, Kevin Quinto 2. Lee goals: Adam Finnegan 3, Tom Toomey 1, Connor Parkinson 1, Jake Robinson 1. Lee assists: Finnegan 1, Cav Wolski 1, C. Parkinson 1, J. Parkinson 1.

Goalies -- Pittsfield: -- Nikolai Pixley 14 saves. Lee: Cam Forest 5, Cam Abderhalden 7.

Taconic 7, Monument 4

GREAT BARRINGTON -- Mike Perkett and Brad Cobb combined to score all seven of Taconic's goals on a wet afternoon.

Perkett led the way with four goals and Cobb chipped in with three.

Sam Capeless led Monument with three goals and an assist.


Taconic goals: Mike Perkett 4, Brad Cobb 3. Taconic assists: Nick Whittaker 1, Nick Pomeroy 1, Brandon Walton 1, Mitchell Parise 1. Monument goals: Sam Capeless 4, John Bianco 1. Monument assists: Capeless 1, Bianco 1, Jack Vickery 1.

Goalies -- Josh Tassone 12 saves. Monument: Jonah Swotes 10.

Tennis: Greylock girls 5, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mounties (5-1) made it two wins in a row by sweeping all five matches against visiting Taconic in straight sets.

Tara Shastri set the tone for Greylock with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Linda Akor.


Singles -- 1. Melina Sfakianaki (MG) def. Angela O'Neil 6-1, 6-1; 2, Tara Shastri (MG) def. Linda Akor 6-0, 6-0; 3. Mariza Sfakianaki (MG) def. Lily Garrity 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles -- 1. Charlotte Rand/Tyra Nurmi (MG) def. Jackie Kays/Nyanna Slaughter 6-0, 6-1; 2. Katie Mick/Kathy Ho (MG) def. Mallory Eddy/Celeste Henault 6-1, 6-0.

Track and field: Hoosac, Pittsfield split

CHESHIRE -- Travis and Trevor Ciempa and Dante Sandifer won two events each, helping the Hoosac Valley boys to an 83-58 win over Pittsfield on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Amanda Wright's three-win day led Pittsfield's girls to an 82-58 win over the Hurricanes.

Wright won the 100 (13.4 seconds), long jump (14 feet, 3 inches) and triple jump (31-5) for Pittsfield's girls, who won two of the three relay events.

For Hoosac's boys, Travis Ciempa won the mile (4:48.95) and two-mile (10:30.05); Trevor Ciempa took the 800 (2:12.04) and high jump (5-6); and Sandifer won both the long jump (18-4 1/2) and the triple jump (38-6). Hoosac also won two of the three relays.

Pittsfield's Josh Bonny won the 110 hurdles (16.83) and the 400 (54.75), while Evan Bossio won the 200 (23.2) and the javelin (153-9).


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